8 edition of History of Christian names. found in the catalog.
History of Christian names.
Charlotte Mary Yonge
|LC Classifications||CS2367 .Y6 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxliii, 476 p.|
|Number of Pages||476|
|LC Control Number||66025691|
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Page - Epiphania, while the true manifestation-day was called by a name meaning the lights, from the multitude of candles in the churches in honour of the Light of the World and the Light of Baptism.
But in the West, it was the visit of the Magi that gave the strongest impress to the festival. Early did tradition fix their number at three, probably in allusion to the three races of man.
Cuthbert Bede's contemporary critique of Yonge's History of Christian Names. The appearance of Charlotte Yonge's History of Christian Names stimulated a number of reviews or critiques pointing out omissions in her coverage. One of the most amusing of these is Christian Names by Cuthbert Bede, which appeared in Notes and Queries in Bede – whose real name was Edward Bradley– was.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yonge, Charlotte Mary, History of Christian names. London, Macmillian and co., (OCoLC).